|Grantee||Mozambique Wildlife Alliance ↗|
|Type||Tackling Trade in Rhino Horn|
|Location||South of the Save River in Mozambique|
|Species||Black and White Rhinos|
Mozambique currently has 40-60 rhinos (both black and white) in the Greater Lembobos Conservancy, but historically both black and white rhinos were common across the entire Mozambican territory. To aid the Administration of Conservation Areas, Mozambique Wildlife Alliance (MWA) was awarded a grant from the RRF to address the core challenges specific to rhino conservation in Mozambique. MWA, also a Lion Recovery Fund and Elephant Crisis Fund grantee, has three ambitious goals—to develop a Mozambican wildlife veterinary operation, to develop a national strategy for the conservation of rhinos in Mozambique, and to set up a unit that will focus on wildlife crime.